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REDD+ Start-up Year 2020:
 Roadmap to Result-based and Transferable Outcomes for Sustainable Development

Date and Venue

January 21, 2020 10:00-17:30 (Open 09:30)

Ito Hall, Hongo Campus of the University of Tokyo (7-3-1, Hongo, Bunkyou-ku, Tokyo)

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REDD+ Start-up Year 2020:
Roadmap to Result-based and Transferable Outcomes for Sustainable Development

21 January (Tue)
Time Name Affiliation Presentation Proceedings
10:00 Opening session
10:00 - 10:30 Dr. Sawada Haruo President, FFPRI Opening remarks
Dr. Gerhard Dieterle Executive Director, ITTO Co-organizer's remarks
Mr. Hongo Koji Director General, Forestry Agency Guest speech
Dr. Inoue Yasuko FFPRI Introduction
10:30 - 11:50 Moderator :
Dr. Inoue Yasuko (FFPRI)
Keynote speech 1 :Overview and prospect of REDD-plus and 10 years of experience of the UN-REDD Programme
Dr. Malgorzata Buszko-Briggs Programme Officer, FAO/UN-REDD Overview and prospect of REDD-plus and 10 years of experience of the UN-REDD Programme
Keynote speech 2: REDD+ for Results-based-payment and supporting Sustainable Development in Myanmar
Dr. Nyi Nyi Kyaw Director General, Forest Department, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation, Myanmar REDD+ for Results-based-payment and supporting Sustainable Development in Myanmar
Q/A session
11:50 - 12:55 Lunch Break
12:55 - 14:10 Session 1: REDD-plus tools, guidelines and technologies
Moderator :
Dr. Miyamoto Hideki (FFPRI)
Introduction
Dr. Sato Tamotsu FFPRI What is the point of forest carbon monitoring in REDD+?
Dr. Sandro Federici Head, Technical Support Unit, Task Force on National Greenhouse Gas Inventories (TFI), Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Role of REDD+ for Nationally Determined Contributions and ways to incorporate to National Report
[Absent] Dr. Ruth Turia PNG Forest Authority The Road to REDD+: Papua New Guinea's Challenges and Opportunities
Q/A session
14:10 - 15:45 Session 2: REDD-plus voluntary cooperative approaches and result based finances
Moderator :
Dr. Morita Kanako (FFPRI)
Introduction
Dr. Ehara Makoto FFPRI Evaluating the performance of REDD+ projects at the national level
Mr. Morita Takahiro Senior Deputy Director General, Group Director for Forestry and Nature Conservation, Global Environmental Department, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) JICA’s cooperation on REDD+
Ms. Uga Maiko Section Chief, Office of Market Mechanism, Climate Change Policy Division, Global Environmental Bureau, Ministry of the Environment, Japan Implementation of Article 6 of the Paris Agreement and the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM)
Ms. Sylvia Mayta AIDER, Peru AIDER's experience: REDD+ project in Shipibo Conibo and Cacataibo native communities in the Ucayali region - Peru
Q/A session
15:45 - 16:15 Coffee Break & Poster Session
16:15 - 17:20 Panel discussion 
Moderator :
Mr. Hashiramoto Osamu (Director, Division of Forest Management, ITTO)
Dr. Uraguchi Aya Technical Director, Conservation International (CI) Japan Introductory presentation
Panelists :
- Dr. Malgorzata Buszko-Briggs(FAO/UN-REDD)
- Dr. Nyi Nyi Kyaw (Forest Department, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation, Myanmar)
- Dr. Sato Tamotsu (FFPRI)
- Dr. Sandro Federici(IPCC)
- Dr. Ehara Makoto (FFPRI)
- Mr. Morita Takahiro (JICA)
- Ms. Uga Maiko(Ministry of the Environment, Japan)
- Ms. Sylvia Mayta(AIDER, Peru)
- Dr. Uraguchi Aya(CI Japan)
17:20 - 17:30 Dr. Hirata Yasumasa FFPRI Closing Remarks
17:30 Closing

(Reference only)

Presentation file for expert meeting(20 January 2020, 13:00-17:00)

The REDD+ Challenge: turning promise into progress
Dr. Niall Marriott Carbon-Plus Capital LLP The REDD+ Challenge: turning promise into progress
REDD+ support and investment coming to Myanmar and the developmet of institutional arrangements to use them effectively
Dr. Thaung Naing Oo Director of Forest Research Institute - Forest Department, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation, Myanmar REDD+ support and investment coming to Myanmar and the developmet of institutional arrangements to use them effectively